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User avatar #80 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
the "not obnoxious" was sorta clumsy. could've easily been "not (insert anything regardless of the first is)". Wasn't very clever

"nurturing", "nice", "necessary", "naked", "neighborly", "nerdy", "ninjaaaaaaa", "noble", or even "normal" would've been a better than "not obnoxious" =___=

still. I thumbed. it had a funny punchline
User avatar #101 to #80 - starvaggi (05/07/2011) [-]
I think out of all of those, only nice or nurturing would have been more appropriate.

ninjaaaaa is just retarded. nerdy is not something most girls look for. neighborly is a very odd adjective to use, due to its association with people you've known forever who you wouldn't date. naked implies something dirty, even if you meant emotionally naked. noble is an adjective used to describe video game characters, not boyfriends. necessary makes the least sense out of all of these, in that how can you look for the quality of necessity in a person? How would somebody be necessary? Normal maybe. A lot of girls just look for a guy who's normal, but this list implies the girl is looking for somebody with specific qualities.
User avatar #119 to #101 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
lol *noble* damn my inattentive spelling
#117 to #101 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
yes, some of those were inappropriate (except for nobbel. what? why isn't noble applicable? girls want their chivalrous prince charmings all the time), but my point was that they are more appropriate than "not obnoxious" for the purposes of an acronym.

i still think that they are more suitable that a two-worded phrase that could be ANYTHING (like "not ugly" or "not short" or "not David Hasselhoff")

but you're entitled to your opinions I guess
User avatar #120 to #117 - starvaggi (05/07/2011) [-]
I get what you mean. It is sort of cheating in an acronym to use a two or more word phrase.
User avatar #180 to #120 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
lol, hey starvaggi. I think OP just thumbed all our comments down. hahaha
User avatar #118 to #117 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
lol *noble* damn my inattentive spelling
User avatar #84 to #80 - Fatboybadboy (05/07/2011) [-]
I wouldnt have said nonchalant.
#86 to #84 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
but... I didn't say nonchalant?
User avatar #87 to #86 - Fatboybadboy (05/07/2011) [-]
sorry, meant would* :P
User avatar #88 to #87 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
ahh okay. I was thinking about putting that (nonchalant, because apparently that adds mystery and "cool"), but then I thought that would contradict with "grateful"
User avatar #89 to #88 - Fatboybadboy (05/07/2011) [-]
well thought out :P
User avatar #90 to #89 - guitarguise (05/07/2011) [-]
thanks. I guess that's what makes me a nitpicky freak =)
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